Bar Code Reader BCL 40 with Integrated Decoder Connector Unit MA 10 Leuze

Bar Code Reader BCL 40 with Integrated Decoder Connector Unit MA 10 Leuze
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Bar Code Reader BCL 40
with Integrated Decoder
Connector Unit MA 10
Technical Description
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Table of contents
1
General Information ........................................................................................................... 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
Explanation of Symbols ....................................................................................................... 5
Definition of Terms ............................................................................................................... 5
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................... 7
2
Safety Notices .................................................................................................................... 8
2.1
2.2
2.3
Safety Standards ................................................................................................................. 8
Intended Use........................................................................................................................ 8
Working Safely ..................................................................................................................... 9
3
Description ....................................................................................................................... 10
3.1
3.2
The Bar Code Readers BCL 40 ......................................................................................... 10
Features of the BCL 40 ...................................................................................................... 10
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
Performance features .................................................................................................................. 10
Added features with MA 10.......................................................................................................... 11
Modular Concept ......................................................................................................................... 11
3.3
Construction ....................................................................................................................... 14
3.3.1
3.3.2
BCL 40/device construction ......................................................................................................... 14
Device construction MA 10 .......................................................................................................... 15
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Specifications................................................................................................................... 16
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Technical Data BCL 40 Standard Version ......................................................................... 16
Technical Data BCL 40 with Heating ................................................................................. 17
Technical Data MA 10........................................................................................................ 18
Dimensioned drawings....................................................................................................... 19
Optical Data ....................................................................................................................... 20
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.5.4
4.5.5
Type overview.............................................................................................................................. 21
Sweep principle ........................................................................................................................... 21
Optics variants ............................................................................................................................. 22
Reading curves BCL 40 standard version ................................................................................... 23
Reading curves BCL 40 with heating........................................................................................... 25
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Accessories / Order Designation ................................................................................... 27
5.1
Accessories........................................................................................................................ 27
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
Bar code reader BCL 40 .............................................................................................................. 27
Connector and interface unit MA 10 ............................................................................................ 27
Mounting accessories .................................................................................................................. 28
Cable accessories ....................................................................................................................... 29
Software....................................................................................................................................... 29
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Installation ........................................................................................................................ 30
6.1
6.2
Storage, Transportation ..................................................................................................... 30
Mounting ............................................................................................................................ 31
6.2.1
6.2.2
Types of Mounting ....................................................................................................................... 31
Device Arrangement .................................................................................................................... 34
6.3
Connection ......................................................................................................................... 37
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6.3.2
6.3.3
Connecting the BCL 40 for "Stand Alone" Operation ...................................................................38
Connecting the BCL 40 with the connector unit MA 10................................................................40
Wire Lengths and Shielding .........................................................................................................50
6.4
Disassembling, Packing, Disposing ................................................................................... 50
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Commissioning ................................................................................................................ 51
7.1
7.2
7.3
Measures to be performed prior to the first commissioning ............................................... 51
Function Test ..................................................................................................................... 53
Setting the Parameters ...................................................................................................... 53
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
Parameter sets .............................................................................................................................54
Service Operating Mode ..............................................................................................................56
Setting Parameters "Offline".........................................................................................................57
Setting Parameters "Online".........................................................................................................58
Setting the Bar Code Parameters Using "autoConfig" .................................................................58
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Operation .......................................................................................................................... 60
8.1
8.2
8.3
Display Elements ............................................................................................................... 60
Important Functions During Operation............................................................................... 61
Error Handling.................................................................................................................... 61
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Communicating with the Device..................................................................................... 62
9.1
9.2
Installation of the "BCL Configuration Tool" software ........................................................ 62
Graphic configuration using the "BCL Configuration Tool" software.................................. 63
9.2.1
9.2.2
9.2.3
9.2.4
9.2.5
9.2.6
9.2.7
Code menu...................................................................................................................................64
Output menu ................................................................................................................................66
Control..........................................................................................................................................67
Communication ............................................................................................................................68
Reference code ............................................................................................................................70
Sensor ..........................................................................................................................................71
Switching outputs .........................................................................................................................72
9.3
Overview of Commands and Parameters .......................................................................... 73
9.3.1
9.3.2
9.3.3
9.3.4
9.3.5
General "Online" Commands .......................................................................................................74
"Online" Commands for System Control ......................................................................................77
"Online" Commands for System Checking...................................................................................78
"Online" Commands for Querying Statistical Data .......................................................................80
"Online" Commands for Parameter Set Operations .....................................................................81
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Maintenance ..................................................................................................................... 83
10.1
10.2
General Maintenance Information...................................................................................... 83
Repairs, Servicing.............................................................................................................. 83
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Appendix........................................................................................................................... 84
11.1
11.2
ASCII Table........................................................................................................................ 84
Example Bar Code Label Types ........................................................................................ 88
11.2.1
11.2.2
Module 0.3 ...................................................................................................................................88
Module 0.5 ...................................................................................................................................89
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Figure 3.2:
Figure 3.3:
Figure 3.4:
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Figure 4.1:
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Figure 4.3:
Table 4.4:
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Figure 5.3:
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Figure 6.1:
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Figure 6.4:
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Table 6.1:
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Figure 6.15:
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Figure 6.20:
Figure 6.21:
Figure 6.22:
Figure 7.1:
Figure 7.2:
Figures and tables
Possible combinations of the BCL 40 / MA 10 ........................................................... 12
Networking possibilities using the multiNet plus......................................................... 13
BCL 40/device construction........................................................................................ 14
Connector unit MA 10................................................................................................. 15
General Specifications BCL 40 Standard Version...................................................... 17
General Specifications BCL 40 with Heater ............................................................... 17
General Specifications MA 10 .................................................................................... 18
Dimensioned drawing BCL 40.................................................................................... 19
Dimensioned drawing MA 10 ..................................................................................... 19
The most important characteristics of a bar code ...................................................... 20
Type overview ............................................................................................................ 21
Sweep principle of the raster scanner ........................................................................ 21
Sweep principle for the line scanner .......................................................................... 22
Reading curves BCL 40 standard version, optic variants N and M ............................ 23
Reading curves BCL 40 standard version, optic variants F and L ............................. 24
Reading curves BCL 40 with heating, optic variants M and L .................................... 25
Reading curves BCL 40 with heating, optic variant F................................................. 26
Accessories/Order Designation BCL 40..................................................................... 27
Accessories/Order Designation MA 10 ...................................................................... 27
Mounting device BT 56............................................................................................... 28
Mounting device BT 57............................................................................................... 28
Connection cable between the BCL 40 and MA 10.................................................... 29
Connection cable between BCL 40 "stand alone" ...................................................... 29
Device nameplates MA 10 and BCL 40 ..................................................................... 30
Mounting example BCL 40 "stand alone" ................................................................... 31
Mounting example for the combined BCL 40 / MA 10 unit ......................................... 32
Mounting examples for the BCL 40 and MA 10 mounted independently ................... 33
Minimum space requirements for installation ............................................................. 35
Application example "conveyor chain" ....................................................................... 36
Connecting the BCL 40 for "Stand Alone" Operation ................................................. 38
Connection diagram for the Sub D connector plug .................................................... 39
Wiring description BCL 40.......................................................................................... 40
Connecting the BCL 40 with the connector unit MA 10.............................................. 40
Disconnecting the ribbon cable inside the MA 10 ...................................................... 41
Wiring to the terminal strip without screwing down or soldering................................. 42
Position of the connections for the MA 10.................................................................. 42
Connecting the MA 10 to a RS 485 Host ................................................................... 44
Connecting the MA 10 to a RS 232 Host ................................................................... 44
Connecting the MA 10 as active subscriber to a TTY Host........................................ 45
Connecting the MA 10 as passive subscriber to a TTY Host ..................................... 45
Connecting the MA 10 to a RS 422 Host ................................................................... 46
Connection of the switching input with an external switching voltage ........................ 47
Connection of the switching input without an external switching voltage ................... 47
Position of the solder jumpers JL5 and JL6 ............................................................... 48
Operating voltage used as the switching voltage ....................................................... 49
Switching voltage connected externally (galvanically decoupled) .............................. 49
Control elements of the MA 10................................................................................... 51
Block diagram storage concept for parameter sets .................................................... 55
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Figure 9.2:
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Figure 9.6:
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Table 11.1:
Figure 11.1:
Figure 11.2:
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Connecting the service interface to a PC or terminal ................................................. 56
Installation window ..................................................................................................... 62
Installation directory ................................................................................................... 63
"Decode" menu, standard setting............................................................................... 64
Properties of the Decode menu, standard setting ...................................................... 65
"Output" menu ............................................................................................................ 66
"Control" menu, standard setting................................................................................ 67
"Communication" menu, standard setting .................................................................. 68
Properties of the Communication menu, standard setting ......................................... 69
"Reference code" menu ............................................................................................. 70
"Sensor" menu, standard setting................................................................................ 71
"Switch 1" menu, standard setting.............................................................................. 72
ASCII Table ................................................................................................................ 87
Bar code sample labels (module width 0.3) ............................................................... 88
Bar code sample labels (module 0.5)......................................................................... 89
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General Information
1.1
Explanation of Symbols
General Information
The symbols used in this operating manual are explained below.
Attention!
Pay attention to passages marked with this symbol. Failure to heed this information can lead
to injuries to personnel or damage to the equipment.
Attention Laser!
This symbol warns of possible danger through hazardous laser radiation.
Notice!
This symbol indicates text passages containing important information.
1.2
Definition of Terms
ASCII
Standard character set (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) with 128
characters. Each character of the ASCII character set has been assigned a number from 0
to 127. This number is usually displayed in decimal format, but can also be displayed in hexadecimal or octal.
autoConfig
The function integrated into the bar code reader which automatically recognises the type
and number of characters of the code to be read in.
autoControl
The function integrated into the bar code reader used to monitor the read quality.
Bar code
An arrangement of parallel bars and spaces which are arranged according to a standardised
protocol such that they have a certain numeric or alphanumeric meaning.
Deactivation
End a read process, e.g. by using an online command.
Decoder/Decoding system
The microprocessor control unit which translates the scanned bar code information into a
simple signal that can be processed further.
Frame protocol
Transfer protocol for the data transfer between the bar code reader and the host.
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Activation
Initiates a read process, e.g. by triggering the switched input.
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Hex.
Abbreviation for hexadecimal notation.
Host
External computer or programmable logic controller (PLC) which is connected to the bar
code reader via a serial interface and is used to further process the decoded bar code information.
Interface module
Electronic component in the connector unit MA 10 which carries out the electrical adjustment of the various serial interface types (e.g. RS 232, RS 422, etc.).
Label
Barcode label
multiNet
The network developed by Leuze for networking together several bar code readers.
No Read
Read failure; a read process was initiated but a label could not be decoded.
Online command
A command which is sent directly to the bar code reader from the host or a computer
connected to the interface.
Output format
Determines the data format of the bar code information output from the decoder.
Parameter set
The data set which is permanently stored in the bar code reader and contains all of the
device settings.
PD
Programming device
PLC
Programmable logic controller. A PLC usually can be used as a host.
Postfix
Trailer of the data transfer protocol (frame protocol) between the bar code reader and the
host.
Prefix
Header of the data transfer protocol (frame protocol) between the bar code reader and the
host.
Protocol
Interface protocol of the serial interface.
Raster scanner
The sweep method of the scanner laser beam. It is used when the lines of the bar code can
only be applied vertically with respect to the direction of travel, or when the code must be
read while stationary.
Read quality
The read quality can be monitored using the autoControl function. The relationship of the
number of successful reads to the total number of reads is determined and monitored.
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Reference code
Complete or partial bar code information which can be compared to the read label, e.g. to
select a path for packages.
Scanner
Bar code reader that optically scans the bar code with a laser beam.
Switched input
Bipolar input for connecting a sensor or switch used for initiating a read process or for
acquiring a reference code.
Switched output
Connection for output of status or event messages, e.g. after a failed read.
Teach-In
Programming a reference code using an example bar code.
1.3
Declaration of Conformity
The bar code readers BCL 40 and the connector unit MA 10 have been developed and
produced in accordance with the applicable European standards and directives.
Notice!
The corresponding declaration of conformity can be requested from the manufacturer.
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The manufacturer of the product, Leuze electronic GmbH & Co. in D-73277 Owen/Teck,
possesses a certified quality assurance system in accordance with ISO 9001.
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Safety Notices
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Safety Notices
2.1
Safety Standards
The bar code readers BCL 40 and the connector unit MA 10 have been developed, produced
and tested subject to the applicable safety standards. They correspond to the state of the art.
2.2
Intended Use
Attention!
The protection of personnel and the device cannot be guaranteed if the device is operated
in a manner not corresponding to its intended use.
Bar code readers of the type BCL 40 are conceived as stationary, high-speed scanners with
integrated decoders for all current bar codes used for automatic object recognition.
The connector and interface unit MA 10 simplifies the connection of the bar code reader of
type BCL 40 and adapts to various host interfaces. Connection to other bar code readers is
not authorised.
In particular, unauthorised use includes:
• rooms with explosive atmospheres
• operation for medical purposes
Fields of application
The bar code readers BCL 40 with optional connector unit MA 10 are conceived particularly
for the following fields of application:
•
•
•
•
labelling and packaging machines
automatic analysers
space-critical bar code reading tasks
storage and conveying technologies, in particular for object identification on
fast-moving conveyor belts
• pharmaceutical industry
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Safety Notices
Working Safely
Attention Laser Radiation!
The BCL 40 are laser devices of the Laser Protection Class 2.
Do not look directly into the laser beam. Observe the applicable legal and local regulations
for the operation of laser units.
Attention!
Access to or changes on the device, except where expressly described in this operating
manual, is not authorised.
Safety Regulations
Observe the locally applicable legal regulations and the rules of the employer’s liability insurance association.
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Mounting, commissioning and maintenance of the device must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Electrical work must be carried out by a certified electrician.
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Description
3.1
The Bar Code Readers BCL 40
The bar code reader BCL 40 is a high-speed scanner with integrated decoder for all bar
codes currently in use, e.g. 2/5 Interleaved, EAN, etc.
The many possible configurations of the device allow its adaptation to a multitude of reading
tasks. Due to its compact size and short minimum reading distance, the BCL 40 can also be
used in very compact spaces.
Together with the connector unit MA 10, it can easily be adapted for use with various interfaces, thus allowing additional processing by other systems. The MA 10 connector unit can
also be used to network together several BCL 40 devices and to simplify electrical installation.
On demand, the BCL 40 can be equipped with an integrated heater. This variant is used
primarily in low-temperature and outdoor applications. The optional heater is constructed
such that no heat transfer occurs between the separately mounted technical unit and the
scanner housing. In addition, the front cover of the device is heated, preventing the formation of condensation which would affect the reading function. The reading curves differ with
respect to the standard type in the construction of the front cover, which is modified by
heating filaments.
3.2
Features of the BCL 40
3.2.1
Performance features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
10
Compact device dimensions (W x H x D) 90 x 120 x 43mm
Reading height of 70 mm at a distance of 10mm
Maximum reading distance up to 700mm (depending on type of optics)
Raster or line scanner (R1 = raster, S = single line) max. 1200scans/s
A switched input for triggering a read process using sensors
Automatic monitoring of the read quality with the "autoControl" function
Automatic recognition of the bar code type using "autoConfig"
All device parameters can be set by software
Heavy-duty housing of protection class IP 65 with corresponding cable
RS 232 or RS 485 interface to host
Extensive formatting possibilities for data output
Reference code (comparison code)
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Description
Added features with MA 10
• Device status display with 4 LEDs
• RS 485 interface with electrical isolation for networking several devices
• Alternative interface RS 232, RS 422 or TTY using a selectable interface module with
electrical isolation for directly connecting to the host
• Two hardware switched outputs for status signals
• Additional switched input for the definition of reference code 1
• Simple electrical connection via double terminal clamps, i.e. both the power supply
and the interface circuits can easily be connected in series.
• Heavy-duty housing of protection class IP 65
• 2 parameter sets can be stored locally in the MA 10
(current parameter set, customer-specific parameter set)
• Built-in RS 232 service interface for fast commissioning or troubleshooting on site
using a PC or programming device
• Switch for the "autoConfig" function
3.2.3
Modular Concept
BCL 40 "Stand alone"
The bar code reader BCL 40 can be operated as an individual "stand alone" (€) device.
Electrical connection of the power supply, interface and switched input are centrally made
via a 15 pin SubD socket.
BCL 40 with MA 10
When using several BCL 40 units or under rough environment conditions, the installation of
one connector unit MA 10 for each BCL 40 unit is recommended.
Electrical connection, commissioning, and service can be comfortably carried out in a short
period of time.
The BCL 40 and MA 10 can be mounted directly together (ó) or arranged separately next
to each other. When mounted separately (ì), the two units are connected by a cable.
Protection class IP 65 is maintained when the sealed accessory cable is used (see chapter
5 "Accessories / Order Designation").
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For connection, it is best to use the 15 conductor connection cable from Leuze. The requirements for protection class IP 65 are fulfilled when using this cable only (see chapter 5
"Accessories / Order Designation").
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BCL 40 as
"Stand alone"-device
ó
BCL 40 with the
connector unit MA 10
mounted together
ì
BCL 40 and MA 10
mounted separately
and connected
together by a cable
Figure 3.1:
Possible combinations of the BCL 40 / MA 10
Networking
Up to 31 BCL 40 bar code readers can be networked together using the connector unit
MA 10 (with interface module RS 485). The devices are interconnected by connecting the
individual RS 485 interfaces in parallel.
multiNet plus
In the Leuze multiNet plus, the individual network devices sequentially transfer their data to
the network master MA 30 when requested ("polling").
The master station can also be fitted with an BCL 40, making it a complete scanner station
which also controls the network.
Each network device declared as a slave maintains a device address which is set in the
respective MA 10 with a coding switch. If the reader unit is exchanged (BCL), the device
address and all settings in the MA 10 are maintained.
The master then transmits the data of all network devices via its host interface to a primary
PLC control system or a computer, i.e. it "collects" the scanner data in the network and transmits them to an interface on the host computer. This reduces interface costs (CPs) and time
programming the software.
The MA 30/31 are suitable for use as network master devices.
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Sensor
Slave
MA 10
Sensor
RS 232
RS 422
RS 485 or
TTY
Slave
MA 10
-Backup
parameters
Slave
MA 10
Sensor
Network master
multiNet plus
MA 30
Sensor
Voltage
supply
Figure 3.2:
Networking possibilities using the multiNet plus
Two-wire RS 485
The Leuze MultiNet plus is optimised for fast transmission of scanner data to a primary host
computer. The multiNet plus physically consists of a two-wire RS 485 interface through
which the multiNet plus software protocol is controlled. Thus network connection is very
simple and inexpensive: the network connection is simply passed through to the next slave.
Interface modules
Shielded, twisted pair conductors should be used for the multiNet. This allows a total
network length of up to 1200m.
Connection of the network to the primary computer is made via the host interface of the MA
30 which can be equipped with 4 different physical interface modules. Modules for RS 232,
RS 422, TTY and RS 485 are available.
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Construction
3.3.1
BCL 40/device construction
Dovetail fastening
grooves
Reading
window
15-pin sub-D
connector on the
underside of the
unit
4 fastening threads M4 on the
rear of the device
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Description
Device construction MA 10
Mounting holes for the
BCL 40 with M4
screws
4 Status-LEDs
on the rear
Cable screw glands PG11
for the power supply
Cable screw glands PG11
for the power supply
15 pin Sub-D
connector
4 fastening threads M4 on the
base of the device
Dovetail fastening
grooves
Figure 3.4:
Connector unit MA 10
Device variations MA 10
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•
•
MA 10 100 with host interface module RS 485
MA 10 110 with host interface module RS 232
MA 10 120 with host interface module TTY
MA 10 130 with host interface module RS 422
All modules are galvanically isolated, i.e. they are EMC interference protected and immune
to differences in voltage potentials across long cable lengths.
Notice!
Only the type MA 10 100 can be used as a multiNet slave unit.
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The MA 10 is available in four models:
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Specifications
4.1
Technical Data BCL 40 Standard Version
Optical Data
Light source
Scanning rate
Resolution
Beam deflection
Reading distance
Reading field opening
Grid (R1)
Grid field
Single line (S)
Optical window
Laser safety class
Code types
Software features
Electrical data
Interface type
Baud rate
Data formats
Protocols
Ports
LED green
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Laser diode 650nm
BCL with N, M, F optics: 1200scans/s
BCL with L optics: 900scans/s
0.1mm … 1.2mm
module width
by means of rotating polygon mirror wheel
0 … 700mm (depending on type of optics: N, M, F, L), see
chapter 4.5.4 "Reading curves BCL 40 standard version"
70mm at a distance of approx. 10mm (see chapter 4.5.4
"Reading curves BCL 40 standard version")
8 lines
specified is the area from the first to the last laser beam as
a function of distance to the scanner
22mm at 100mm scanner distance
33mm at 200mm scanner distance
45mm at 300mm scanner distance
65mm at 500mm scanner distance
95mm at 800mm scanner distance
1 line
glass with scratch-resistant Indium coating
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2/5 Interleaved; Code 39; Code 128; EAN 8; 13; EAN 128;
UPC; Codabar; Add-On for EAN / UPC
selectable output format, autoConfig, autoControl, reference code comparison, multiple read, real time decoding,
adjustment mode, diagnosis, reading gate control, control
of switching inputs and switching outputs, etc.
can be switched between RS 232 and RS 485, additional
service interface (RS 232)
TTY / RS 422 optional with MA 10
110 … 57600Bd (host interface only)
data bits: 7, 8, 9
parity: None, Even, Odd
Stop bit: 1, 2
with/without frame protocol
ACK/NAK, 3964 (R) RK 512, RTS/CTS
X ON / X OFF, multiNet plus
1 switching input
device ready (Power On)
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Switching input
Operating voltage
Power consumption
12 … 36VDC/AC voltage, selectable galvanic isolation or
supplied operating voltage, max. insulation voltage: 250V
(with galvanic isolation)
18 … 36V
5VA max.
Mechanical data
Protection class
Weight
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Housing
IP 65
approx. 430g
120 x 90 x 43mm
diecast aluminium
Environmental data
Ambient temperature
(operation/storage)
Air humidity
Vibration
Shock
EMC
Table 4.1:
4.2
Specifications
0°C … +40°C / -20°C … +60°C
max. 90% rel. humidity, non-condensing
IEC 68.2.6
IEC 68.2.27
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General Specifications BCL 40 Standard Version
Technical Data BCL 40 with Heating
Optical Data
Light source
Resolution
Reading distance
Reading field opening
Laser diode 660nm
0.25mm … 1.0mm module width
0 … 630mm (depending on type of optics: M, F, L)
see chapter 4.5.5 "Reading curves BCL 40 with heating"
Depending on the distance, the reading curve is typically
approx. 20 … 70mm narrower see chapter 4.5.5 "Reading
curves BCL 40 with heating"
Electrical data
Operating voltage
Power consumption
24VDC ± 2V
10W max.
Mechanical data
Weight
Dimensions (WxHxD)
approx. 500g
120 x 90 x 52mm
Environmental data
Ambient temperature
(operation/storage)
Table 4.2:
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General Specifications BCL 40 with Heater
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The following table is limited to the data which are different than those specified for the
standard model.
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Technical Data MA 10
Mechanical data
Housing
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Weight
Protection class
Interfaces
Type (optional)
Service interface
Inputs/outputs
2 switched inputs
2 switched outputs
Power supply
Operating voltage
Power consumption
Environmental data
Ambient temperature
(operation/storage)
Air humidity
Vibration
Shock
EMC
Table 4.3:
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Diecast aluminium
130 x 90 x 78mm
approx. 740g
IP 65
RS 232, with galvanic isolation
RS 422, with galvanic isolation
RS 485, with galvanic isolation
TTY, with galvanic isolation
RS 232 internal, 9 pin Sub D plug, male
galvanically isolated,with supply voltage terminal for sensors 12 … 36VDC/AC, insulation voltage 500V
can be operated galvanically isolated or not isolated
switching voltage 5 … 48V DC, max. load 500mA
18 … 36VDC
2VA max.
0°C … +50°C/-20°C … +60°C
max. 90% rel. humidity, non-condensing
IEC 68.2.6
IEC 68.2.27
IEC 801
General Specifications MA 10
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Specifications
Dimensioned drawings
Rear view
Plan view
120
=110
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Dimensioned drawing BCL 40
Plan view
Rear view
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Figure 4.1:
=80
90
M 4x6 (4x)
78
22.5
130
10
Figure 4.2:
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90
116
M 4 (4x)
Dimensioned drawing MA 10
BCL 40
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4.5
Optical Data
The range at which the bar code can be read by the BCL 40 (the so-called reading field)
depends not only on the quality of the printed bar code but also on its dimensions and the
incident angle of the scanner beam.
Therefore, above all, the module of a bar code is decisive for the size of the reading field.
M=
Module: The narrowest line or space of a
bar code in mm
ZB = Wide elements: Wide lines and spaces are
a multiple (ratio) of the module
Module x Ratio = ZB (Normal Ratio 1:2.5)
BZ = Quiet zone: The quiet zone should be at
least 10 times the module, but not less than
2.5 mm.
L = Code length: The length of the bar code in
mm including the start and stop characters.
The quiet zone is included depending on
the code definition.
SL = Element length: Height of the elements
in mm
Figure 4.3:
The most important characteristics of a bar code
Notice!
A rule of thumb: The smaller the module of the bar code is, the smaller the maximum reading
distance and reading field width will be.
© Therefore, when selecting a mounting location and/or the bar code label, take into
account the different reading characteristics of the scanner with various bar code
modules.
For different reading tasks, the BCL 40 is available in various versions, both as a raster
scanner and as a single line scanner. The device specifications are given in the following
table and accompanying graphic.
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Type overview
Model
BCL 40 R1 N 100
BCL 40 S N 100
BCL 40 R1 M 100
BCL 40 S M 100
BCL 40 R1 F 100
BCL 40 S F 100
BCL 40 R1 L 100
BCL 40 S L 100
Table 4.4:
4.5.2
Specifications
Range
(mm)
Module/
resolution
(mm)
20 …80
0.1 … 0.5
Scanning Scanner type
rate
(Sweep
(scan/s)
principle)
1200
0 … 250
0.2 … 1.0
1200
50 …500
0.3 … 1.0
1200
250 … 700
0.5 … 1.2
900
Raster
Part No.
500 29678
Single line
500 29679
Raster
500 26111
Single line
500 28920
Raster
500 28168
Single line
500 28921
Raster
500 28427
Single line
500 28922
Type overview
Sweep principle
Raster (R1)
8 parallel lines scan the label.
Areas of use:
• when the bar code is printed in the conveying direction ("picket fence arrangement")
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• when reading through plastic sheeting or from reflecting surfaces
• when reading stationary objects
Raster scanner
material flow direction
Figure 4.4:
Sweep principle of the raster scanner
Notice!
The scanning rate is distributed over 8 lines per scan, i.e. the scanning rate per raster line
is 1/8 the total scanning rate.
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Single line (S)
1 line scans the label.
Areas of use:
• when the bar code is printed in the conveying direction ("ladder arrangement")
• with bar codes having very short bar lengths
Line scanner
material flow direction
Figure 4.5:
4.5.3
Sweep principle for the line scanner
Optics variants
The BCL 40 is available with four different types of optics (N, M, F, L) that differ in range and
resolution (see chapter 4.5.1 "Type overview").
Optic N:
Zero to very short scanning ranges for very small modules.
Optic M:
Zero to short scanning ranges for small to middle-sized modules.
Optic F:
Zero to short scanning ranges for small to middle-sized modules.
Optic L:
Middle to large scanning ranges with middle to large sized modules.
The following graphic displays the scanning curves of the various BCL models.
Notice!
Please note that the actual scanning curves can vary due to factors such as label material,
print quality, reading angle, print contrast, etc.
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Specifications
Reading curves BCL 40 standard version
60
50
40
30
20
10
m = 0,127
m = 0,2
0
20
40
60
80
100
-10
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
BCL 40 R1 N100 and
BCL 40 S N100
125
100
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50
25
m = 0,3
m = 0,5
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
260
-25
-50
-75
-100
-125
BCL 40 R1 M100 and
BCL 40 S M100
Notice:
All data in ’mm’,
m = module width
Figure 4.6:
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Reading curves BCL 40 standard version, optic variants N and M
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125
100
75
50
m = 0,8
25
m = 0,3
m = 0,5
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
-25
-50
-75
-100
-125
BCL 40 R1 F100 and
BCL 40 S F100
125
100
75
50
25
m = 0,5
m = 0,7
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
-25
-50
-75
-100
-125
BCL 40 R1 L100 and
BCL 40 S L100
Notice:
All data in ’mm’,
m = module width
Figure 4.7:
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Reading curves BCL 40 standard version, optic variants F and L
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Specifications
Reading curves BCL 40 with heating
80
60
m = 0,5
40
m = 0,3
20
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
-20
-40
-60
-80
BCL 40 R1 M100 H and
BCL 40 S M100 H
125
m = 0,7
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m = 0,5
25
200
-25
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
-75
-125
BCL 40 R1 L100 H and
BCL 40 S L100 H
Notice:
All data in ’mm’,
m = module width
Figure 4.8:
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125
100
75
m = 0,8
m = 0,5
50
25
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
-25
-50
-75
-100
-125
BCL 40 R1 F100 H and
BCL 40 S F100 H
Notice:
All data in ’mm’,
m = module width
Figure 4.9:
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Reading curves BCL 40 with heating, optic variant F
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Accessories / Order Designation
5.1
Accessories
Notice!
Products from Leuze electronic GmbH & Co. can be ordered from any of the sales and service offices listed on the back page of this operating manual.
Bar code reader BCL 40
Symbol
Order No.
Short Description
BCL 40 R1 N 100
500 29678
Raster scanner with N optics
BCL 40 S N 100
500 29679
Line scanner with N optics
BCL 40 R1 M 100
500 26111
Raster scanner with M optics
BCL 40 S M 100
500 28920
Line scanner with M optics
BCL 40 R1 F 100
500 28168
Raster scanner with F optics
BCL 40 S F 100
500 28921
Line scanner with F optics
BCL 40 R1 L 100
500 28427
Raster scanner with L optics
BCL 40 S L 100
500 28922
Line scanner with L optics
Table 5.1:
5.1.2
Accessories/Order Designation BCL 40
Connector and interface unit MA 10
Symbol
Order No.
Short Description
MA 10 100
500 26110
standard model,
multiNet Slave with host interface RS 485
MA 10 110
500 26109
standard,
with host interface RS 232
MA 10 120
500 27186
standard,
active and passive operation with
host interface TTY
500 27187
standard, with host interface RS 422
MA 10 130
Table 5.2:
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Accessories/Order Designation MA 10
Notice!
All MA 10 units are supplied with an additional RS 232 service interface (9 pin Sub D).
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5.1.3
Mounting accessories
A wide range of mounting accessories are available for mounting the BCL 40 and MA 10.
Mounting device BT 56
Clamping fixture for mounting to the
BCL 40 or MA 10
Clamp for mounting to a round or oval
pipe 16 … 20mm
Figure 5.1:
Mounting device BT 56
Mounting device BT 57
Rotating joint, suitable for Item
MB system
Mounting plate for mounting to
the MA 10 with screws
Figure 5.2:
Symbol
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Mounting device BT 57
Order No.
Short Description
BT 56
500 27375
Mounting kit with dovetail for mounting
on round rods « 16 … 20mm
BT 57
500 27167
Mounting kit suitable for ITEM MB system
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Accessories / Order Designation
Cable accessories
KB 040 xxxx
15-conductor connection cable BCL 40 /
MA 10, Sub D plug and socket
xxxx = length in mm
Figure 5.3:
Connection cable between the BCL 40 and MA 10
KB 040-xxxx-B
15-conductor connection cable, Sub D socket
with open strand ends for connecting in switching cabinets or terminal boxes
xxxx = Length in mm
Figure 5.4:
Connection cable between BCL 40 "stand alone"
Order No.
Short Description
KB 040-3000
500 26658
5-conductor connection cable BCL 40 / MA 10,
Sub D plug and socket, length: 3m
KB 040-6000
500 29381
as above, length: 6m
KB 040-10000
500 29382
as above, length: 10m
KB 040-3000-B
500 29316
15-conductor connection cable BCL 40 "stand
alone", open strand ends, Sub D socket, length: 3m
KB 040-6000-B
500 29317
as above, length: 6m
KB 040-10000-B
500 29318
as above, length: 10m
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Notice
The requirements for protection class IP 65 are fulfilled with this cable type only!
5.1.5
Software
The "BCL Configuration Tool" software included in the delivery contents is a convenient tool
which can be used to simplify operation and parameterisation.
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Installation
6.1
Storage, Transportation
Attention!
When transporting, package the device so that it is protected against collision and humidity.
Optimal protection is achieved when using the original packaging. Heed the required environmental conditions specified in the technical data.
Unpacking
© Check the packaging for any damage. If damage is found, notify the post office or shipping agent as well as the supplier.
© Check the delivery contents using your order and the delivery papers:
• delivered quantity
• device type and model as indicated on the nameplate
• accessories
• operating manual
Name plates
Figure 6.1:
Device nameplates MA 10 and BCL 40
© Save the original packaging for later storage or shipping.
If you have any questions concerning your shipment, please contact your supplier or your
local Leuze electronic sales office.
© Observe the local regulations regarding disposal and packaging.
Cleaning
© Clean the glass window of the BCL 40 with a soft cloth before mounting. Remove any
remaining packaging from the device such as cardboard fibres and Styrofoam balls, particularly in the area of the connector socket.
Attention!
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents such as thinner or acetone for cleaning the device.
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Mounting
6.2.1
Types of Mounting
Installation
Accessories
A wide range of mounting accessories are available for mounting the BCL 40 and MA 10:
for more information see chapter 5 "Accessories / Order Designation".
Mounting the BCL 40
There are two basic types of mounting arrangements for the BCL 40:
• using the dovetail groove and the corresponding mounting accessories
(see figure 6.2)
• using the fastening threads on the back- and underside of the devices
(see chapter 4.4 "Dimensioned drawings")
Figure 6.2:
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BT 56
Mounting example BCL 40 "stand alone"
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Mounting BCL 40 and MA 10
You can fasten the scanner BCL 40 and connector unit MA 10 tightly together to form a
single compact unit.
© Plug the two devices together at the 15 pin Sub D connector.
Be sure that there is no dirt in the area of the seal (this guarantees an IP 65 protection
class). Insert the two M4 x 30 screws included with the connector unit MA 10 into the
countersunk drill holes on the bottom side of the MA 10, screw them into the corresponding threads in the BCL 40 and tighten them down.
There are three basic mounting arrangements for the BCL 40 / MA 10 unit:
• using the dovetail groove of the BCL 40 or the MA 10 and the corresponding mounting accessories
• using the two upper fastening threads on the rear of the BCL 40
• using the four fastening threads on the underside of the MA 10 (see chapter 4.4
"Dimensioned drawings")
Notice!
The cable screw glands of the MA 10 can be set either on the right or the left side of the unit.
Loosen the four Phillips screws on the back side of the MA 10, carefully lift off the cover, replace it into the desired position and tighten down the four screws again. Be careful not to
damage the ribbon cable.
Figure 6.3:
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Mounting example for the combined BCL 40 / MA 10 unit
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Independent mounting BCL 40 / MA 10
Independent mounting of the BCL 40 and MA 10 is necessary when
• the available mounting depth is not sufficient for both devices, e.g. is less than
85 mm,
• or access to the mounting location of the scanner is difficult, but easy installation,
commissioning and service are required, or
• the operating status LEDs on the back side of the MA 10 must be easily seen.
Figure 6.4:
Mounting examples for the BCL 40 and MA 10 mounted independently
• using the dovetail groove of the BCL 40 or the MA 10 and the corresponding mounting accessories
• using the fastening threads on the back- or underside of the devices
• the connector unit can additionally be mounted using two M5 screws into the
threaded holes that are otherwise used for fastening the BCL 40. The threaded holes
have M5 threads.
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You can mount the individual devices in the following way as already described above:
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6.2.2
Device Arrangement
Selecting a mounting location
In order to select the right mounting location, several factors must be considered:
• size, orientation, and position tolerance of the bar codes on the objects to be scanned
• the reading field of the BCL 40 in relation to the bar-code module width
• the resulting minimum and maximum reading distance from the respective reading
field
For specific information, please refer to chapter "Optical Data" on page 20.
Notice!
The best reading results are obtained when
• the bar code is moved in a plane that is parallel to the reading window
• the reading distance lies in the middle area of the reading field
• high gloss labels or labels made from thermopaper are not used.
The minimum reading distance of a bar code scanner is often decisive when using label or
packaging machines due to the proximity of the scanner and labels.
Zero-distance scanner
The BCL 40 M 100 is a "zero-distance" scanner, i.e. it already has a reading field width of
70 mm at a reading distance of 10 mm (module = 0.5). Labels are also read directly at the
scanner window. In practice, however, this can lead to scratching of the scanner window and
should be avoided.
Notice!
On the BCL 40, the beam is not emitted perpendicular to the cover of the housing, but with
an angle of 10° towards the top. This angle is intended in order to avoid a total reflection of
the laser in the case of glossy labels. For highly reflective surfaces, this angle may be
widened by tilting the BCL.
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BCL 40
BCL 40 to MA 10
10˚
10˚
120
151
10
43
10
Width: 115 + cable outlet
Width: 90
Figure 6.5:
84
Minimum space requirements for installation
Mounting location
• maintaining the required environmental conditions (humidity, temperature),
• possible soiling of the reading window due to liquids, abrasion by boxes, or packaging
material residues,
• lowest possible chance of damage to the scanner by mechanical collision or jammed
parts.
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© When selecting a mounting location, pay attention to
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Application example
Optical
sensor
BCL 40
MA 10
Connection cable
BCL 40 / MA 10
Voltage supply
Connection cable
MA 10 / opt. sensor
Host interface
Figure 6.6:
Application example "conveyor chain"
With its high scan rate of 1200 scans/s, the BCL 40 is particularly well suited for use with
high-speed conveyor belts.
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Installation
Connection
Attention!
Never open the device yourself, as this may compromise protection class IP 65.
Before connecting the device, be sure that the supply voltage agrees with the value printed
on the nameplate.
Connection of the device and maintenance work while under voltage must only be carried
out by a qualified electrician.
The power supply unit used to power the BCL 40 and MA 10 must have protected electrical
separation by way of a safety transformer with double insulation according to DIN VDE 0551
(IEC 742).
Be sure that the earthing conductor is connected correctly. Error-free operation is only guaranteed when the device is properly earthed.
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If faults cannot be corrected, the device should be removed from operation and protected
against possible use.
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6.3.1
Connecting the BCL 40 for "Stand Alone" Operation
If you would like to connect the BCL 40 for "stand alone" operation, you must make a corresponding connector cable with a 15 pin Sub D plug (female) for the following connections:
• power supply of 18 … 36VDC, 5W max. power
• host RS 232 interface, or RS 485 when operating as a "multiNet slave"
• a sensor connection for triggering a read process
Sensor
connection
(photoelec. sensor, key) for trigVoltage supply gering a read
18 … 36VDC process
Interface
Host RS 485 /
RS 232
RS 232 Terminal
interface for commissioning and
service
15 pin
Sub D female
connector
Figure 6.7:
Connecting the BCL 40 for "Stand Alone" Operation
Attention!
When using a normal 15 pin Sub D plug, the device only has a protection class of IP 54 instead of IP 65!
Therefore, use the original Leuze cable from the accessories list. These cables are fitted
with a seal so that protection class IP 65 is maintained.
Switching inputs
A read process can be triggered by applying a voltage of 12 … 36VDC to the switched input
connections "Sensor 1A" and "Sensor 1B". The switched input maintains an electrical separation of up to max. 250V.
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BCL 40 Sub D pin assignments
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
GND
Sensor 1A
CTS (Host)
RTS (Host)
TXT Service
MODE-F
reserved
V_IN
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Sensor 1B
NC
RXD (Host)
TXD (Host)
RXD Service
MODE-S
GND_IN
15 pin Sub D type
connector (male)
Insert a resistor R = 220 W / 0.25W here, if the device is the last subscriber on the RS 485 data line.
Do not use a resistor, if the RS 485 line continues.
Operating mode
Figure 6.8:
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Connection diagram for the Sub D connector plug
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Wiring description
6.3.2
Pin 1
GND
0V signal reference potential (RS 232 / RS 485)
Pin 2
Sensor 1A
switched input 1A, 12 … 36VDC,
see figure 6.18 and figure 6.19 for wiring
Pin 3
CTS (Host)
Pin 4
RTS (Host)
RTS signal, host interface RS 232 / RS 485 B
Pin 5
TXD Service
used when MA 10 is connected /
without MA 10: service interface, standard protocol
Pin 6
MODE_F
RS 232: open; RS 485: connect with MODE_S
Pin 7
reserved
must not be used
Pin 8
V_IN
supply voltage +18 … 36VDC
Pin 9
Sensor 1B
switched input 1B, 12 … 36VDC,
see figure 6.18 and figure 6.19 for wiring
CTS signal, host interface RS 232 / RS 485 B
Pin 10
NC
not used
Pin 11
RXD (Host)
RXD signal, host interface RS 232 / RS 485 A
Pin 12
TXD (Host)
TXD signal, host interface RS 232 / RS 485 A
Pin 13
RXD
service used when MA 10 is connected /
without MA 10: service interface, standard protocol
Pin 14
MODE_S
RS 232: open; RS 485: connect with MODE_F
Pin 15
GND_IN
supply voltage 0VDC
Table 6.1:
Wiring description BCL 40
Connecting the BCL 40 with the connector unit MA 10
Connection of the BCL 40 is considerably easier when using the MA 10.
Sensor,
Button
Power supply
Switching output
host interface
RS 232, RS485,
RS422 or TTY
Connection cable
BCL 40 / MA 10
Figure 6.9:
40
Connecting the BCL 40 with the connector unit MA 10
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Open the MA 10 housing
© Loosen the four Phillips screws on the back side of the MA 10 and carefully lift off the part
with the electronics on it.
The two halves of the housing are now connected to each other only by the ribbon cable.
You can now disconnect the ribbon cable from the electronic circuit board for
better access, as shown in figure 6.10.
Figure 6.10: Disconnecting the ribbon cable inside the MA 10
© To disconnect the ribbon cable, carefully press down the two latches of the ribbon cable
plug at the same time, as shown in figure 6.10 of €.
The cable is now free (ó in figure 6.10) and the half with the electronics and the connection
terminal can be removed for unhindered connection.
© To reconnect the ribbon cable, insert the ribbon cable plug back into its socket, observing
the correct orientation, until it securely latches.
All electrical connections can be carried out on the terminal strip quickly and without screwing down or soldering. Wires with ferruled ends can be inserted directly into the terminal
without depressing the clamping lever.
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The clamp is opened by depressing
the orange coloured clamping lever.
The wire can then be inserted into the
terminal.
By releasing the clamping lever, the
wire is fixed into the terminal.
Figure 6.11: Wiring to the terminal strip without screwing down or soldering
Attention
The pin assignment of the connection terminals depends on the inserted interface module.
Leuze offers four modules which can be used with the serial interfaces RS 485, RS 232,
TTY or RS 422. The terminal designations are printed on the module.
Attached label with the
pin assignments of the
interface
Terminal strip
Attached label with the
terminal names
Cable screw glands
PG9 and PG11
Figure 6.12: Position of the connections for the MA 10
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Type overview
The following table lists the MA 10 device types and which interface is installed.
MA 10 100
RS 485 interface
MA 10 110
RS 232 interface
MA 10 120
TTY interface
MA 10 130
RS 422 interface
© Make the connections to the terminal strip as described below.
Wiring description
Terminals 1 through 6 are used depending on the type of interface:
RS 232
RS 422
Signal
Terminal
Signal
1
RXD
1
TX+
2
TXD
2
TX-
3
CTS
3
RX+
4
RTS
4
RX-
5
not used
5
not used
6
GND
6
GND
RS 485
Terminal
TTY
Signal
Terminal
Signal
1
485A
1
TX+
2
485A
2
TX-
3
485B
3
RX+
4
485B
4
RX-
5
GND
5
not used
6
GND
6
GND
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RS 485 interface
Host interface module
Shield
485A
485A
485B
485B
GND
GND
R S48 5
1 2 3 4 5 6
Host
Shield
485A
485A
485B
485B
GND
GND
1
2
3
4
5
6
up to 1200m
Figure 6.13: Connecting the MA 10 to a RS 485 Host
RS 232 interface
Host interface module
RS232
1 2 3 4 5 6
Host
RXD
TXD
CT S
RT S
GND
Shield
R XD
TX D
C TS
R TS
GN D
1
2
3
4
5
6
up to 10m
Figure 6.14: Connecting the MA 10 to a RS 232 Host
Notice for connecting the RS 232 interface:
The wiring for RTS and CTS must only be connected, if RTS/CTS hardware-handshake is
used.
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TTY interface
MA 10 active / Host passive
Host interface module
Shield
Shield
Ground
(shield)
up to 1000m
Jumper position
active
Figure 6.15: Connecting the MA 10 as active subscriber to a TTY Host
MA 10 passive / Host active
Shield
Host interface module
Shield
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Jumper
Jumper
Ground
(shield)
up to 1000m
Jumper position passive
Figure 6.16: Connecting the MA 10 as passive subscriber to a TTY Host
Hints for connecting the TTY interface:
The active subscriber is the one which supplies the current (20mA).
Switching between active/passive on the host interface card is carried out using two jumper
pairs, independent for transmit (Tx) and for receive (Rx).
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The jumpers for active/passive switching must always be changed in pairs (upper and lower
jumpers in the same position). This switches the MA 10 host interface module power source
and GND internally.
Mixed operation is possible (transmit active/receive passive or the opposite).
When switching from active to passive operation or the reverse, the wiring of the connection
cable (pin order) changes.
RS 422 Interface
Host interface module
R S 422
1 2 3 4 5 6
Host
R x+
R xTx+
TxG ND
TX +
TX RX+
RXGND
1
2
3
4
5
6
Shield
up to 1200m
Figure 6.17: Connecting the MA 10 to a RS 422 Host
The additional pins are uniformly assigned for all MA 10 models and are described below.
Switching inputs 1 and 2
Switching inputs
The MA 10 has two galvanically isolated switching inputs SE1 and SE2.
• Input voltage: 12 … 36VDC/AC.
• Insulation voltage: 500V
Each switching input is supplied with bi-directional optical couplers and protective resistors.
The switching voltage and GND can be externally applied or taken from the operating
voltage VDD_SE and GND_SE.
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Signal
Function
7
SE2_A
switching input 2, connection A
8
SE2_B
switching input 2, connection B
9
SE1_A
switching input 1, connection A
10
SE1_B
switching input 1, connection B
11
VDD_SE
supply voltage, switching input,
equal to V_IN device
12
GND_SE
supply voltage, switching input,
equal to GND_IN device
Supply voltage
MA 10 / BCL 40: 18 … 36V
MA 10
External
switching voltage
Optically coupled switched input
to processor
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Figure 6.18: Connection of the switching input with an external switching voltage
Sensor/
optical sensor
Supply voltage
MA 10 / BCL 40: 18 … 36V
MA 10
Optically coupled switched input
to processor
Figure 6.19: Connection of the switching input without an external switching voltage
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Switching outputs 1 and 2
Switching outputs
The MA 10 comes standard with two switching outputs (SA1 and SA2) that can be
programmed for various switching functions using the BCL software.
• Output voltage: 5 … 48VDC
• Insulation voltage: 250V (only in combination with connection type b))
• Output current: Imax = 500mA (at VDD_SA = 5 … 32V)
Imax = 300mA (at VDD_SA = 32 … 48V)
The switching voltage can be connected in two different ways:
• The operating voltage V_IN is used as the switching voltage VDD_SA (factory
setting):
VDD_SA = V_IN
GND_SA = GND_IN
• An external voltage is connected as switching voltage (galv. decoupled)
VDD_SA V_IN
GND_SA GND_IN
Signal
Function
13
Terminal
SA2
Switching output 2
14
SA1
Switch 1
15
VDD_SA
external voltage supply for switched output
5 … 48VDC
16
GND_SA
external voltage supply for switched output 0VDC
Switching outputs
13 14 15 16
VDD_SA
SA2
SA1
JL6
JL5
Scratch
through
here
GND_SA
Scratch
through
here
Galvanic decoupling of the switched output
Galvanic decoupling is achieved by carefully
scratching through the two solder jumpers JL5 and
JL6 so that there is no longer an electrical connection. The switched output is then galvanically decoupled from the operating voltage.
The solder jumpers are located on the circuit board
of the MA 10 directly across from the connection
terminals VDD_SA and GND_SA.
Figure 6.20: Position of the solder jumpers JL5 and JL6
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V_IN
JL6 solder jumper
Optically coupled switched input
VDD_SA
from processor
SA1/2
RL
GND_SA
JL5 solder jumper
GND_IN
MA 10
Figure 6.21: Operating voltage used as the switching voltage
V_IN
JL6 solder jumper open
Optically coupled switched input
VDD_SA
U
from processor
SA1/2
GND_SA
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RL
JL5 solder jumper open
GND_IN
MA 10
Figure 6.22: Switching voltage connected externally (galvanically decoupled)
Controlling the function of the switching outputs
The function of the switching outputs can be controlled by removing the cover to the MA 10.
Sitting directly next to the connection terminals for the switching outputs are red SMD-LEDs
that illuminate when the respective switching output is in the HI state (log.1). Please note
that the event which sets the switching outputs must be set and activated in the software
setup of the BCL 40.
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Supply voltage
Terminal
Signal
Function
V_IN
Operating voltage +18 … 36VDC
18
V_IN
Operating voltage +18 … 36VDC
19
GND_IN
Operating voltage 0VDC
20
GND_IN
Operating voltage 0VDC
21
PE
Protective earth, grounding
22
PE
Protective earth, grounding
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6.3.3
Wire Lengths and Shielding
The following maximum lengths for wires and the type of shielding to be used must be
observed:
Connection
Max. wire
length
Shielding
BCL 40 - MA 10 RS 232 / RS 485
10m
absolutely required, shield meshing
BCL 40 - Host
RS 232 / RS 485
10m
absolutely required, shield meshing
MA 10 - Host
RS 485
1200m
absolutely required,
flexible leads as twisted pairs
MA 10 - Host
RS 422
1200m
absolutely required,
flexible leads as twisted pairs
MA 10 - Host
RS 232
10m
absolutely required,
flexible leads as twisted pairs
MA 10 - Host
TTY
1000m
not required
loop resistance < 100
Switching inputs
10m
not necessary
Switching
outputs
10m
not necessary
Table 6.2:
6.4
Interface
Wire Lengths and Shielding
Disassembling, Packing, Disposing
Repacking
For later re-use, the device is to be packed so that it is protected against shocks and dampness. Optimal protection is achieved when using the original packaging.
Notice!
Electrical scrap is a special waste product!Observe the locally applicable regulations regarding disposal of the product.
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Commissioning
7.1
Measures to be performed prior to the first commissioning
© Before commissioning, familiarise yourself with the operation and configuration of the
device(s)!
© Before switching on, recheck all connections and ensure that they have been properly
made.
DIP-switch 1 "ParaDefault":
ON on reset (’cold start’) factory setting parameter set
is loaded
OFF on reset (’cold start’) customer-specific parameter
set is loaded
DIP switch 2 "autoConfig"
and parallel connected jumper:
ON "autoConfig" function
activated
OFF "autoConfig" function
deactivated
Reset button:
- Press < 4s:
"warm start"
- Press > 4s:
"cold start"
Operating modes switch:
Switch setting 1:SERVICE*
Switch setting 2:OPERATION
Interface terminal
RS 232 for commissioning and service
Coding switch 0 … F for setting
the device address:
The switch positions 0 … F
correspond to the device address 0 … 15 or 16 … 31.
Data logging jumper for
the interface terminal
- Jumper above: Data from Host
- Jumper below*: Data from BCL
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Jumper for setting the
device address range:
- Right jumper Addr. 0 … 15
- Left jumper
Addr. 16 … 31
*In service operation, the jumper must be in the "lower"
position. Communication is otherwise not possible.
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Setting the device address
The device address is set in the MA 10 using a rotary code switch.
© Set the device address on the code switch to:
• 0, if the combined BCL 40 / MA 10 unit will not be operated in a network,
• 1 … 31, if several BCL 40 / MA 10 units will be operated in a network. Each multiNet
plus network device must have a different device address assigned to it.
If the RS 485 module is plugged in and connected to the mulitNet master, the
BCL 40 / MA 10 automatically becomes a multiNet plus slave device.
Reset
Both devices can be reset using the reset button in the MA 10:
"Warm start"
If the reset button in the MA 10 is pressed for a short time (0.2 to 4 sec.), a so-called "warm
start" will be carried out. This will reinitialise both devices and load the current parameter set
into memory from the EEPROM.
"Cold start"
If the reset button in the MA 10 is pressed until all four LEDs on the back of the device illuminate (longer than 4 seconds), a so-called "cold start" will be carried out. This will reinitialise both devices and, depending on the DIP switch setting "ParaDefault", will either load
the customer-specific parameter set or the factory default parameter set into memory.
DIP switch setting 1 "ParaDefault":
OFF ON -
the customer-specific parameter set is loaded.
the factory default parameter set is loaded.
Notice!
The customer-specific parameter set is a backup copy of the current parameter set. It must
be explicitly loaded using the command "PC01" after saving the BCL set-up and is only available in the MA 10 (not the BCL 40).
The customer-specific parameter set can then be loaded by executing a ’cold-start’.For specific information, see chapter 9.3.5 ""Online" Commands for Parameter Set Operations".
© Set DIP switch 1 corresponding to the parameter set that should be loaded after a "cold
start" has been initiated.
After resetting the device, all four LEDs on the back side of the MA 10 illuminate for approx.
1/2 second. During software initialisation, the green "RDY" (ready) LED blinks.
If the green "RDY" LED continuously illuminates, the initialisation is complete and the device
is ready for operation.
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If the BCL 40 is to be operated as a "stand alone" device, a reset is only possible via software. There is a small green LED inside the BCL 40 at the lower edge of the reading window
that displays the operation readiness. The LED can also be used to monitor the operating
status of the BCL 40 in "stand alone" operation. During a reset, the LED remains dark and
continuously illuminates when the device is ready for operation.
7.2
Function Test
"Power On" test
After connecting the operating voltage, the devices carry out an automatic "Power On" function test. All four LEDs on the back of the MA 10 illuminate for approx. 1/2 second. During
software initialisation, the green "RDY" (ready) LED blinks.
Once the green "RDY" LED continuously illuminates, the device is ready for operation.
Interface
Proper function of the interface can be tested easiest in service operation using the service
interface with the "BCL Configuration Tool" software and a notebook computer.
"Online" commands
Using the "Online" commands, the important device functions can be checked, e.g. proper
functioning of the laser( see chapter 9 "Communicating with the Device").
Should problems occur during device commissioning, refer first to chapter 8.2. Should a
problem persist after checking all electrical connections and settings on the devices and
host, please contact a Leuze service office near you (see the back page of this operating
manual).
7.3
Setting the Parameters
You have now commissioned the BCL. Usually, you will have to configure it before you can
use it. Using the parameter options made available by the BCL, you may configure the BCL
to suit your individual area of application. For instructions regarding the various setting
options refer to chapter 9 or to the online help of the configuration software "BCL Configuration Tool".
In order to operate the BCL, it is typically sufficient to set code type and code length in
accordance with the bar codes that are to be read. However, depending on the application,
you will configure the switching inputs and outputs according to your requirements.
The setting of code type and code length is usually accomplished by using the program "BCL
Configuration Tool", see chapter 9.2 "Graphic configuration using the "BCL Configuration
Tool" software".
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To understand what is happening during the parameter setting, the chapter 7.3.1 briefly
explains the various parameter sets.
The setting of the parameter sets then takes place in the operating mode "service", which is
described in chapter 7.3.2.
7.3.1
Parameter sets
Three different parameter sets are maintained by the MA 10 when using the BCL 40 / MA 10
combined unit:
• the factory default parameter set
• the customer-specific parameter set
• the current parameter set
Before a parameter set is loaded into the BCL 40 processor memory, the validity of the
parameter set is checked using checksums.
Factory default parameter set
This parameter set contains the default settings made ex works for all BCL 40 parameters.
It is permanently stored in the ROM of the BCL 40. The parameter set with the default
settings is loaded into the memory of the BCL 40,
• the first time the device is commissioned after delivery
• after a "cold start" reset ("ParaDefault" switch ON)
• if the check sums of the current and the customer-specific parameter set are invalid.
Customer-specific parameter set
In this parameter set, customer-specific settings for all device parameters can be stored.
There are two ways to store the parameter set in the EEPROM of the MA 10:
• by copying a valid parameter set, i.e. an already stored and tested 'current parameter
set' from the EEPROM of the MA 10.
• by copying (parameter "Download") a valid parameter set from the host computer
(e.g. a PC or PLC).
The customer-specific parameter set is copied into the current parameter set:
• after a "cold start" reset ("ParaDefault" switch OFF)
• if the checksum of the current parameter set is invalid
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Current parameter set
In this parameter set, the current settings for all device parameters are stored. If the BCL 40
is in "stand alone" operation, the parameter set is stored in the EEPROM of the BCL 40. If
an MA 10 is also used, the parameter set is stored in EEPROM of the MA 10 and a copy
thereof in the EEPROM of the BCL 40. The current parameter set can be stored in three
ways:
• by changing and storing the current parameter set using the integrated SETUP program of the BCL 40
• by copying (parameter "Download") a valid parameter set from the host computer
(e.g. a PC or PLC).
• by means of an off-line setup with the program "BCL Configuration Tool"
The current parameter set is loaded into the memory of the BCL 40:
• each time the supply voltage is connected
• after a "warm start" reset, as well as a software reset
BCL 40 "Stand alone"
ROM
Default PS (2)
EEPROM
Current PS (0)
"2" = parameter set with factory default settings
"1" = customer-specific parameter set
"0" = current parameter set
Parameter Terminal
"Download" program on
from HOST PC
RAM
Working copy of current PS
BCL 40
ROM
Default PS (2)
ROM
Customerspecific
Parameter set (1)
EEPROM
Current PS (0)
EEPROM
Current
parameter set (0)
RAM
Working copy of current PS
Figure 7.2:
MA 10
BCL 40
with MA 10
Terminal
program on
PC
Parameter
"Download" from
HOST
Block diagram storage concept for parameter sets
Notice!
By storing all current and customer-specific values in the connector unit MA 10, a connected
BCL 40 can be exchanged without difficulty since all parameters are maintained.
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Service Operating Mode
Setting the required parameters is carried out easiest in the "service" operating mode.
Interface terminal
By switching the operating mode switch from operation (setting 2) to service (setting 1), the
connection to the host computer is broken and the RS 232 service interface is activated.
The MA 10 offers a service interface for commissioning the read station in a network. The
interface consists of a 9 pin SubD connector (male) and can be reached by removing the
housing cover on the MA 10.
Connection
A PC or terminal can be connected to the MA 10 via the RS 232/V.24 serial interface and
used to set the parameters of the BCL 40. The connection is made using a crossed RS 232
connection cable that establishes the RxD, TxD and GND connections. A hardware handshake via RTS, CTS is not supported at the service interface.
PC/terminal
COM interface
Figure 7.3:
MA 10 service interface
Connecting the service interface to a PC or terminal
For specific information, see figure 7.1 "Control elements of the MA 10" on page 51.
Communication to the host computer via the host interface is no longer possible. Switching
to service mode results in a pre-set transfer protocol with the following parameters:
• transfer rate 9600baud
• no parity
• 8 data bits
• 1 stop bit
• prefix: STX
• postfix: CR, LF
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Prefix 1
Data
Terminator 1
Terminator 2
ASCII
STX
e.g.: "CODE"
CR
LF
HEX
02h
43h 4Fh 44h 45h
0Dh
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The 9 pin Sub D RS 232 Terminal connector (male) has the following pin assignments:
Pin 1
NC
not used
Pin 2
RXD
receive signal of the RS 232 service interface
Pin 3
TXD
transmit signal of the RS 232 service interface
Pin 4
NC
not used
Pin 5
GND
signal reference potential 0VDC
Pin 6
RXD_Host
receive signal of the host interface
Pin 7
NC
not used
Pin 8
NC
not used
Pin 9
reserved
for service purposes only
Using a PC and a terminal program, the set-up program of the BCL 40 can be called, online
commands sent and data received via this interface terminal.
Notice!
In setting 2 ("operation") of the operating mode switch, the terminal connector can be used
as a data monitor. In this case, data sent from the BCL 40 (jumper in figure 7.1 in lower position) or data received from host (jumper in figure 7.1 in upper position) can be logged. The
data protocol is set by the host interface in the latter case.
Configuration software
7.3.3
Setting Parameters "Offline"
Setting parameters
The parameters are programmed on a PC without direct connection to the BCL 40 ("Offline"
programming) and saved in a file (parameter file).
Downloading parameters
After successful programming, the parameters are loaded into the BCL 40 (parameter
"Download"). This causes the required parameters to be transferred from the host computer,
or a computer connected to the interface terminal of the MA 10, to the BCL 40 or MA 10,
respectively.
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Leuze offers a convenient program "BCL Configuration Tool" for setting the required device
parameters (see chapter 5 "Accessories / Order Designation").
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Setting Parameters "Online"
The other possibility for setting the required operating parameters of the BCL 40 is through
"Online" programming via the integrated, two-language set-up program (English, German)
in the BCL 40.
Setup program
Using a PC (notebook) connected to the interface terminal, the menu-driven set-up program
can be called while in the service operating mode.
"Online" commands can then be directly entered that query data or carry out a software
reset.
Communication is carried out using a terminal program or more conveniently using the
Leuze configuration program.
A detailed description of the setup program along with all parameters which can be set, as
well as the most important "Online" commands can be found in chapter 9.
7.3.5
Setting the Bar Code Parameters Using "autoConfig"
The parameters of the bar codes which are to be read can be easily set using the function
"autoConfig".
In order to check the programmed bar codes, the BCL 40 should be connected to a data
terminal. The detection of the desired bar code(s) can be checked on the terminal.
Manual or "Online" activation
• The "autoConfig" function is activated on the MA 10 using DIP switch 2 (see figure 7.1
for the location of the DIP switch).
• The "autoConfig" function can be activated and deactivated via the serial interface
(host or service interface) using the "Online" commands 'CA+' (activate) and 'CA-'
(deactivate).
Details of "Online" commands can be found in chapter 9.
If "autoConfig" is active, the ERR LED and RDY LED on the MA 10 alternately blink.
Setting parameters
After activating the "autoConfig" function, the BCL 40 can read from one to eight example
labels containing the bar codes which are to be read. The BCL 40 decodes the labels and
displays, via the interface, the code type, the number of decoded characters and the character itself.
Number of labels to be decoded
While "autoConfig" is active, have the BCL 40 read as many labels in row as it will later
during a reading cycle when in normal operation. The number of labels can be set from "Set
Code" in the submenu "Decoding" of the setup program. The number of labels is limited to
8 when using the "autoConfig" program.
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Code type and No. of characters of the label to be decoded
The BCL 40 evaluates the number of labels, and at the same time, the code type and
number of characters. This corresponds to the programming of the code types in the
submenu "Decoding / Select Code Type" of the setup program.
Normal state of the MA 10 switched input SE1
The state (high or low) which is present at the switched input SE1 while the "autoConfig"
function is active is taken as the new normal state for this switched input. This corresponds
to the function "Inversion" in the submenu "Switched Inputs and Outputs / Switched Input
Decoding (S1)" of the Setup program.
Store parameters
When the "autoConfig" program is deactivated, the programmed parameters are stored and
copied into the current parameter set.
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area of the BCL 40 since the new code parameters otherwise will not be stored properly.
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Operation
8.1
Display Elements
On the back side of the MA 10, there are 4 LEDs which display the momentary operating
status.
LED
Colour
Meaning
RDY
green
Ready
ERR
yellow
Error
ACT
red
Scanner active
DEC
green
Decoding successful
Status conditions of the LEDs
All four LEDs illuminate
• for approx. 0.5 second after connecting the operating voltage.
• after accepting a "cold start" reset (> 4s) up until the reset button is released.
All four LEDs blink
• if the connection between the MA 10 and BCL 40 is interrupted.
RDY blinks
• during the "Power On" function test.
RDY illuminates
• when the devices are ready.
ERR illuminates
• if a hardware error is encountered after the initialisation phase or in the case of a
serious software error.
RDY and ERR blink simultaneously
• when the setup program is activated.
Notice: No read operations can be carried out.
RDY and ERR blink alternately
• when the "autoConfig" function is activated by setting the corresponding
DIP switch.
• when a reference code is defined (Teach-In).
ACT illuminates
• while the scanner is active, i.e. when the laser is in operation.
ACT blinks
• if a warning is output during the 'autoControl' function.
DEC illuminates
• for approx. 0.5 second after successfully completing a decoding process.
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Operation
Important Functions During Operation
The BCL 40 has a function which automatically monitors the reading quality as well as the
quality of the bar code label.
"autoControl" function
When the "autoControl" function is active, the BCL 40 constantly compares the total number
of scans with the number of decoded scans. If the number of decodable scans falls below a
user defined percent of the total scans, the MA 10 outputs a warning:
• the ACT LED blinks.
• a warning symbol can be output to the host.
• a switched output can be controlled.
A detailed description of all adjustable parameters can be found in chapter 9.
8.3
Error Handling
Errors are visibly indicated on the MA 10 via the ERR LED (see chapter 7.2 "Function Test").
Further error, warning and status messages are transferred via the host interface or the
terminal interface.
Types of errors
Errors are divided up into the following types:
• Warnings
Warnings
Warnings indicate temporary operating faults which do not effect the proper functioning of
the device.
Serious errors
Serious errors impair the proper functioning of the device. The device must be reinitialised.
Troubleshooting
Isolated warnings can be ignored, since the BCL 40 will continue to function properly.
Following a serious error, you should reinitialise the BCL. It will then usually again function
properly. If a hardware problem is present, the BCL 40 will not reinitialise.
Warnings and errors which occur frequently can be corrected easiest using the "BCL Configuration Tool" configuration and control software.
If you cannot correct faults and errors with the software, please contact a Leuze electronic
sales office or service facility. For addresses, please refer to the back page of this operating
manual.
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Communicating with the Device
Device parameters can be set via commands or using the easy-to-use "BCL Configuration
Tool" control software.
9.1
Installation of the "BCL Configuration Tool" software
© Place the installation CD in your CD drive.
© Call up the installation file (e.g. Setup.exe)
The following window appears:
Installation window
Figure 9.1:
Installation window
© Confirm the following licence agreement and select the installation path in the following
window:
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Installation directory
Figure 9.2:
Installation directory
© Confirm your entry with Continue, then follow the installation routine.
For further details please refer to online help of the "BCL Configuration Tool" software.
Graphic configuration using the "BCL Configuration Tool" software
In the following, you will find an overview and brief explanation of the adjustment options
offered on the individual tabs.
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9.2.1
Code menu
Figure 9.3:
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"Decode" menu, standard setting
Option
Explanation
Code table
Here, the codes which are to be decoded are set.
As of software version V51.03 of BCL 40, the codes depicted above
are enabled by default. We recommend enabling only the code types
which are to actually be read with the corresponding element numbers.
Notice:
Code1 must always be selected. If multiple code types are to be used,
set in sequential order: Code1, Code2…
Element number
In the field Element number, up to 3 element entries may be entered.
An area is represented by a dashed line: e.g. 4-40 digits.
With 2 or 3 different element entries by a comma: e.g: 8,13 digits
Both are possible as well: e.g.: 4-10,20 digits
Notice:
If the code EAN128 is to be read, 3 additional digits are to be set for
the code identifier.
Properties
Behind the "Properties" button, to the right of the respective code, the
code-specific settings, such as the check digit, can be selected.
Number of bar
codes
Here, the number of the bar codes to be decoded within a read cycle
(one reading gate) is set.
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Attention!
Due to its internal design (hardware-ASIC-decoding), only one double-width code may be
enabled for the BCL40.
Double-width codes are the codes Code 2/5 Interleaved, Code 39 and Codabar.
This means that only one of these three code types may be enabled!
Properties of the Code menu
Properties of the Decode menu, standard setting
Option
Explanation
Min wide narrow
ratio
This value may be changed only in special cases!
Quiet zone size
Quiet zone: the area to the left and right of the bar code
Module: width of the narrowest line in the bar code
According to the code specifications, each bar code must have a quiet
zone which is 10x as wide as the module of the bar code.
Ex: for a code having a module of 0.5mm, 5mm blank space must be
present at both the left and right of the code.
By default, the scanner checks the a quiet zone which is 7 times
greater than the module. This means that 7x or greater is o.k.
Scans between
info
Number of scans which return no decodable data for a given label
which must be performed before further data are classified as belonging to a different label. In this way it is possible to differentiate between
sequential labels with identical data. This setting does not need to be
changed in normal use.
Reading security
(equal scans)
Specifies how often a code must be decoded before the result is valid
and output. This value can be increased for inspection and test
purposes.
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Figure 9.4:
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9.2.2
Output menu
Figure 9.5:
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"Output" menu
Option
Explanation
Output header
Select from the options listed below.
The output header is sent in a separate message before the read
result.
Label header
The Label header is set directly before the code data.
Label footer
The label footer is appended directly to the code data.
All labels in one
message
If this item is activated, all read codes are sent together with the output
header in a complete message.
-> The structure of this message string is depicted symbolically in the
preview window.
No read string
This character is set for each unrecognised bar code. Multiple characters (= string) may be entered here. Up to 20 characters are possible.
Properties
Set the desired formatting modes and formatting characters as
necessary.
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Control
Figure 9.6:
"Control" menu, standard setting
Option
Explanation
Sensor 1
If this item is selected, the scanner can be activated via its switching
input 1 (= trigger start reading gate).
Command
characters
The standard online character for the trigger start is the "+" character. This character can be changed only via the tree structure.
Decode delay
time
This point is usually used only for test purposes. After the time set
here has passed, the scanner automatically reactivates itself following a reading gate end.
Deactivation
Sensor 1
This item changes together with switching input 1 upon "Activation".
Command
characters
The standard online character for the trigger end is the "-" character.
This character can be changed only via the tree structure.
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Activation
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Option
Explanation
If this item is activated, the read result is output immediately after the
After equal scans
bar code is decoded. If the item is deactivated, the read result is sent
reach
only after the trigger signal is returned (= end of reading gate).
For test purposes.
If the scanner is activated, the reading gate is automatically closed
by the scanner after this preset time has elapsed.
Time
Following a successful read, the scanner waits for this number of
Scans without info scans (sequential scans with no read result) before it automatically
deactivates itself.
9.2.4
Communication
Figure 9.7:
"Communication" menu, standard setting
Select the desired baud rate, the stop bits, the data bits and the parity here. In addition,
several different handshake modes and protocols can be set here.
The RK512/3964 protocol can also be selected here. The individual parameters for this
protocol can be found in the tree-structure configuration and Communication -> Customer
Interface -> 3964 / RK 512 Protocol.
Attention!
If the BCL 40 is operated in a network ("Leuze multiNet"), no changes may be made here.
The scanner automatically sets itself to the multiNet protocol!
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Communication properties
Figure 9.8:
Properties of the Communication menu, standard setting
Here, the frame format (prefix/postfix), the address mode as well as a BCC mode can be set.
Attention!
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9.2.5
Reference code
Figure 9.9:
"Reference code" menu
A reference code is bar code information which is stored in the memory of the scanner. This
reference code can be compared with the current decoded bar code in various modes and,
thus, set appropriately for the switching output. To do this, the switching output must still be
set to "By comparison of reference code X" in the "Switch" menu.
One way to store the reference code is to enter it manually in this menu. Other possibilities
of the reference code teach-in see chapter 9.3.1 "General "Online" Commands" and chapter
9.2.6.
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Option
Explanation
Type
Select the code type.
Contents
Contents of the reference code
Compare mode
Select here how the internally stored reference code is to be compared
with the decoded result.
For additional comparison possibilities, please select the "Properties"
menu.
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Communicating with the Device
Sensor
Figure 9.10: "Sensor" menu, standard setting
Notice!
Option
Explanation
Enabled
Switching input enabled or disabled.
Invert
Here, the input level can be inverted.
Debounce time
This amount of time is allowed to pass before the signal is passed on
internally for further processing.
Delay off time
This parameter is used to extend the trigger signal internally by means
of software.
Notice!
If a BCL40 is operated without a MA10 or MA30 connector unit, only switching input 1 is
available!
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Sensor 1 must be used at the beginning of the reading gate (trigger).
Sensor 2 can only be used for the reference code teach-in.
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9.2.7
Switching outputs
Figure 9.11: "Switch 1" menu, standard setting
Option
Explanation
Enabled
Switching output enabled or disabled.
Invert
Invert the level.
Activation
Select the desired event which is to initiate the switching of the switching output here. Multiple events can also be simultaneously activated.
Deactivation
Shown here is the event which results in the switching output being
reset (if the set pulse duration has not yet expired). These events are
only displayed and cannot be changed directly.
Pulse duration
Duration of the switching output impulse.
Pulse number
Number of pulses.
If the value here is set to 0, a continuous signal is applied to the switching output which is not reset until the event on "deactivation".
Notice!
If a BCL 40 is operated without a MA10 or MA30 connector unit, no switching output is
available!
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9.3
Communicating with the Device
Overview of Commands and Parameters
Online commands can be used to send commands directly to the device for control and
configuration.
For this the BCL 40 / MA 10 must be connected to a host or service computer via the serial
interface. The commands described can be sent either via the host or the service interface.
For information on the transmission protocol, please see chapter 7.3.3.
Be sure that both data devices are set to the same protocol:
• service interface: 9600 Baud, 8-None-1
• host interface: protocol configured by user
"Online" commands
With the commands, you can
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
call the setup program,
carry out a software reset in order to reinitialise the device,
call up error messages,
call up statistical device information,
internally copy and test parameter sets,
activate and test system components,
control/decode reading gate,
read/write/copy parameters,
carry out an automatic configuration,
teach/set reference code.
"Online" commands consist of one or two ASCII characters followed by command
parameters.
No separation characters may be entered between the command and the command parameter(s). Both small and capitalised letters can be used.
Example:
Command ’CA’:
"autoConfig" function
Parameter ’+’:
Activation
Transmitted is:
’CA+’
Notation
Commands, command parameters and returned data are enclosed between single quotation marks ’ ’.
Most "online" commands are acknowledged by the BCL 40 and any requested data
returned. For commands that are not acknowledged, command execution can be observed
or monitored directly on the device.
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Syntax
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9.3.1
General "Online" Commands
Software version number
Command
’V’
Description
Requests device version information
Parameter
no
’BCL 40’
’V 50.09’
’22.06.97’
(only when a ’V 01.07’ MA 10 connector unit is installed)
Acknowledge- ’MA 10’
The device type appears in the first line followed by the software version
ment
number and date. The device type on the connector unit appears on the
fourth line followed by the version number. The data which are actually
displayed may vary from the values given here.
Notice!
Using this command, you can check whether the connected host or service computer is
properly connected and configured. If you do not receive an acknowledgement, please
check interface connections, protocol and service switches.
Software reset
Command
’H’
Description
Carries out a software reset. The device is restarted and reinitialised, leaving it in the same state as when the supply voltage is switched on.
Parameter
no
Acknowledge’S’ (start signal)
ment
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Call the setup program
Command
’E’
Description
Calls the set-up program. The main menu of the set-up program is displayed.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgement, ’Load Parameter Set’
’’
’ Setup’
Acknowledge- ’-------------------------------------------------’
’ 1: Language’
ment
’ 2: Decode Setup’
’’
’Enter:’
Notice!
Read/write operations cannot be carried out in the service mode. The set-up program must
always be ended in order to return to normal operation.
"autoConfig"
Command
Parameter
’+’
’/’
’-’
activates "autoConfig"
rejects the last code read
deactivates "autoConfig" and stores the decoded data in the current
parameter set
’xx yy zzzzzz’ (only with ’CA+’)
xx: Code type of the read code
’01’ 2/5 Interleaved
’02’ Code 39
’06’ UPC (A, E)
’07’ EAN
Acknowledge’08’ Code 128, EAN 128
ment
’10’ Add-on for EAN/UPC
’11’ Codabar
yy No. of digits of the read code
zzzzzz
Contents of the decoded label. The ’, appears if the label was not
correctly read.
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Description
’CA’
Activates or deactivates the "autoConfig" function. Certain label reading
parameters are programmed automatically in the setup by the labels
which are read while the "autoConfig" function is active.
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Manual definition of the reference code
Command
’RS’
Description
This command can be used to define a new reference code in the BCL 40
by means of direct entry via the serial interface. The data are saved in the
parameter set according to their input under reference code 1 or 2 and
stored in the working buffer for further processing.
Parameter
’RSyxxzzzzzzzz’
y, x and z are place holders (variables) for the actual input.
y:
def. reference code No
’1’ (Code 1)
’2’ (Code 2) …
xx def. code type (see command "’CA’" on page 75)
z
def. code information (1 … 31 characters)
Acknowledgeno
ment
Example
input = ’RS10678654331’ (Code 1 (1), UPC (06), 78654331)
Teach-In
Command
’RT’
Description
This command enables a reference code to be defined quickly by reading
an example label.
Parameter
’RTy’
y:
Function
’1’ defines reference code 1
’2’ defines reference code 2
’-’ exit the Teach-In process
Acknowledgezzzzzz Contents of the decoded label
ment
Notice!
With this function, only code types are recognised that are identified using the "autoConfig"
function or which were set in the set-up.
© After each reading via an ’RTx’ command, explicitly switch off the function again using
the ’RT-’ command since failure to do so will interfere with other commands as well as
prevent execution of a new ’RTx’ command.
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Detect code
Command
’CC’
Description
Reads the code type and contents of an unknown label without storing it
in Setup.
Parameter
no
Acknowledge- xxyyzzzzzz
ment
The acknowledgement is the same as that of the "autoConfig" function.
9.3.2
"Online" Commands for System Control
Activate sensor input 1
Command
’+’
Description
Activates decoding (sensor input 1). A signal can be simulated on sensor
input 1 with this command.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgeno
ment
Command
’-’
Description
Deactivates decoding (sensor input 1). A signal can be simulated on sensor input 1 with this command.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgeno
ment
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Deactivate sensor input 1
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Activate sensor input 2
Command
’,’
Description
Activates the definition of reference code 1 (sensor input 2). A signal can
be simulated on sensor input 2 with this command.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgeno
ment
Deactivate sensor input 2
Command
’.’
Description
Deactivates the definition of reference code 1 (sensor input 2). A signal
can be simulated on sensor input 2 with this command.
Parameter
no
Acknowledgeno
ment
9.3.3
"Online" Commands for System Checking
Diagnosis laser
Command
’DL’
Description
The command controls or tests the laser diode.
Parameter
’+’
’-’
’C’
’T’
switches on the laser diode
switches off the laser diode
outputs the laser current
outputs the laser temperature.
no
’DS03’: invalid parameter for the command ’DL’
Acknowledge’DS04’: invalid command length
ment
’DTxxx.x’
’DCyyy’
xxx.x is the laser temperature in °C
yyy is the laser current in mA
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Diagnosis motor
Command
’DMS’
Description
Returns the rotary frequency of the polygon mirror wheel drive motor.
Parameter
no
Acknowledge’DMSxxxxx’
ment
Description
xxxxx is the current rotary frequency of the motor in revolutions per
minute.
Supply voltage
Command
’DUV’
Description
Returns the supply voltage of the BCL 40.
Parameter
no
Acknowledge’DUVxx.x’
ment
xx.x is the current supply voltage in V.
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9.3.4
"Online" Commands for Querying Statistical Data
Query device statistics
Command
’SR’
Description
Returns the current contents of the given field of the statistical device data
memory.
Parameter
’00’ to ’19’
Acknowledge’ST00XXXXX’ to ’ST19XXXXX’
ment
Description
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ST00XXXXX’: XXXXX is the length of time in seconds that the laser diode
has been switched on since the last initialisation
’ST01XXXXX’: XXXXX is the length of time in minutes that the polygon
wheel motor has been switched on since the last initialisation
’ST05XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of correctly received commands via
the interface
’ST06XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of incorrectly received commands via
the interface
’ST07XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of sent commands via the interface
that have received positive acknowledgement
’ST08XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of sent commands via the interface
that have received negative acknowledgement
’ST09XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of correctly received commands via
the host
’ST10XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of incorrectly received commands via
the host
’ST11XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of sent commands via the host that
have received positive acknowledgement
’ST12XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of sent commands via the host that
have received negative acknowledgement
’ST13XXXXX’: XXXXX is the number of scans since the last read enable
’ST14XXXXX’: XXXXX is the number of read scans since the last reset
’ST15XXXXX’: XXXXX is the number of read scans since the last read
enable
’ST16XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of read labels from the last scan
’ST17XXXXX’: XXXXX is the number of read enables since the last reset
’ST18XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of correctly decoded labels since the
last reset
’ST19XXXXX’: XXXXX the number of incorrectly decoded labels since the
last reset
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"Online" Commands for Parameter Set Operations
Test parameter set
Command
’PA’
Description
Tests the given parameter set for validity using a checksum.
Parameter
’0’
’1’
tests the current parameter set
tests the customer-specific parameter set (MA 10 only)
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x:
Status
'0' valid parameter set
'1' invalid message
'2' invalid message length
'3' invalid block check type
Acknowledge'4' invalid block check checksum
ment
'5' invalid data length
'6' invalid message data
'7' invalid start address
'8' invalid parameter set
'9' invalid parameter type
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Copy parameter set
Command
’PC’
Description
Copies the given source parameter set into the given target parameter set
Parameter
BCL 40 Stand alone:
’0’ Current parameter set.
’2’ parameter set with factory default settings.
Example
’PC20’: Reset to factory default settings
BCL 40 with MA 10:
’0’ Current parameter set.
’1’ customer-specific parameter set.
’2’ parameter set with factory default settings.
Example
’PC20’: Reset to factory default settings
’PC01’: The current parameter set is copied in the customer-specific
parameter set (backup)
’PC10’: Reset to customer-specific settings
’PSx’
x:
Status
'0' valid parameter set
'1' invalid message
'2' invalid message length
'3' invalid block check type
Acknowledge'4' invalid block check checksum
ment
'5' invalid data length
'6' invalid message data
'7' invalid start address
'8' invalid parameter set
'9' invalid parameter type
Notice!
A valid parameter set operation must be acknowledged with ’PS0’. Should an error occur,
the command should be repeated. Repeated error acknowledgements indicate an error in
the parameter set. If in doubt, contact your Leuze sales or service office (see back page for
addresses).
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Maintenance
10
Maintenance
10.1
General Maintenance Information
Usually, the barcode reader BCL 40 does not require any maintenance by the operator.
Cleaning
Should it become soiled, clean the glass window of the BCL 40 with a soft cloth.
Notice!
Do not use aggressive cleaning agents such as thinner or acetone for cleaning the device.
10.2
Repairs, Servicing
Repairs to the device must only be carried out by the manufacturer.
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© Contact your Leuze distributor or service organisation should repairs be required.
For addresses, please refer to the back page of this operating manual.
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Appendix
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Appendix
11.1
ASCII Table
ASCII
Dec.
Hex.
Oct.
Symbol
Meaning
NULL
0
00
0
NULL
Null
SOH
1
01
1
START OF HEADING
Start of heading
STX
2
02
2
START OF TEXT
Start of text characters
ETX
3
03
3
END OF TEXT
End of text characters
EOT
4
04
4
END OF TRANSMISS.
End of transmission
ENQ
5
05
5
ENQUIRY
Request for data trans.
ACK
6
06
6
ACKNOWLEDGE
Positive acknowledgement
BEL
7
07
7
BELL
Bell signal
BS
8
08
10
BACKSPACE
Backwards step
Horizontal tabulator
HT
9
09
11
HORIZ. TABULATOR
LF
10
0A
12
LINE FEED
Line feed
VT
11
0B
13
VERT. TABULATOR
Vertical tabulator
FF
12
0C
14
FORM FEED
Form feed
CR
13
0D
15
CARRIAGE RETURN
Carriage return
SO
14
0E
16
SHIFT OUT
Shift out
SI
15
0F
17
SHIFT IN
Shift in
DLE
16
10
20
DATA LINK ESCAPE
Data link escape
DC1
17
11
21
DEVICE CONTROL 1
Device control character 1
DC2
18
12
22
DEVICE CONTROL 2
Device control character 2
DC3
19
13
23
DEVICE CONTROL 3
Device control character 3
DC4
20
14
24
DEVICE CONTROL 4
Device control character 4
Negative acknowledgement
NAK
21
15
25
NEG. ACKNOWLEDGE
SYN
22
16
26
SYNCRONOUS IDLE
Synchronisation
ETB
23
17
27
EOF TRANSM. BLOCK
End of data trans. block
CAN
24
18
30
CANCEL
Invalid
EM
25
19
31
END OF MEDIUM
End of message
SUB
26
1A
32
SUBSTITUTE
Substitution
ESC
27
1B
33
ESCAPE
Escape
FS
28
1C
34
FILE SEPARATOR
File separator
GS
29
1D
35
GROUP SEPARATOR
Group separator
RS
30
1E
36
RECORD SEPARATOR
Record separator
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Dec.
Hex.
Oct.
Symbol
Meaning
US
31
1F
37
UNIT SEPARATOR
Unit separator
SP
32
20
40
SPACE
Space
!
33
21
41
EXCLAMATION POINT
Explanation point
"
34
22
42
QUOTATION MARK
Quotation mark
#
35
23
43
NUMBER SIGN
Number sign
$
36
24
44
DOLLAR SIGN
Dollar sign
%
37
25
45
PERCENT SIGN
Percent sign
&
38
26
46
AMPERSAND
Ampersand
’
39
27
47
APOSTROPHE
Apostrophe
(
40
28
50
OPEN. PARENTHESIS
Open parenthesis
)
41
29
51
CLOS. PARENTHESIS
Closed parenthesis
*
42
2A
52
ASTERISK
Asterisk
+
43
2B
53
PLUS
Plus sign
,
44
2C
54
COMMA
Comma
-
45
2D
55
HYPHEN (MINUS)
Hyphen
.
46
2E
56
PERIOD (DECIMAL)
Period
/
47
2F
57
SLANT
Slant
0
48
30
60
0
Number
1
49
31
61
1
Number
2
50
32
62
2
Number
3
51
33
63
3
Number
4
52
34
64
4
Number
5
53
35
65
5
Number
6
54
36
66
6
Number
7
55
37
67
7
Number
8
56
38
70
8
Number
9
57
39
71
9
Number
:
58
3A
72
COLON
Colon
;
59
3B
73
SEMI-COLON
Semicolon
<
60
3C
74
LESS THEN
Less than
=
61
3D
75
EQUALS
Equal sign
>
62
3E
76
GREATER THEN
Greater than
?
63
3F
77
QUESTION MARK
Question mark
@
64
40
100
COMMERCIAL AT
Commercial at character
A
65
41
101
A
Capital letter
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ASCII
Dec.
Hex.
Oct.
Symbol
Meaning
B
66
42
102
B
Capital letter
C
67
43
103
C
Capital letter
D
68
44
104
D
Capital letter
E
69
45
105
E
Capital letter
F
70
46
106
F
Capital letter
G
71
47
107
G
Capital letter
H
72
48
110
H
Capital letter
I
73
49
111
I
Capital letter
J
74
4A
112
J
Capital letter
86
K
75
4B
113
K
Capital letter
L
76
4C
114
L
Capital letter
M
77
4D
115
M
Capital letter
N
78
4E
116
N
Capital letter
O
79
4F
117
O
Capital letter
P
80
50
120
P
Capital letter
Q
81
51
121
Q
Capital letter
R
82
52
122
R
Capital letter
S
83
53
123
S
Capital letter
T
84
54
124
T
Capital letter
U
85
55
125
U
Capital letter
V
86
56
126
V
Capital letter
W
87
57
127
W
Capital letter
X
88
58
130
X
Capital letter
Y
89
59
131
Y
Capital letter
Z
90
5A
132
Z
Capital letter
Opening bracket
[
91
5B
133
OPENING BRACKET
\
92
5C
134
REVERSE SLANT
Reverse slant
]
93
5D
135
CLOSING BRACKET
Closing bracket
^
94
5E
136
CIRCUMFLEX
Circumflex
_
95
5F
137
UNDERSCORE
Underscore
‘
96
60
140
GRAVE ACCENT
Grave accent
a
97
61
141
a
Lower case letter
b
98
62
142
b
Lower case letter
c
99
63
143
c
Lower case letter
d
100
64
144
d
Lower case letter
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Dec.
Hex.
Oct.
Symbol
Meaning
e
101
65
145
e
Lower case letter
f
102
66
146
f
Lower case letter
g
103
67
147
g
Lower case letter
h
104
68
150
h
Lower case letter
i
105
69
151
i
Lower case letter
Lower case letter
j
106
6A
152
j
k
107
6B
153
k
Lower case letter
l
108
6C
154
l
Lower case letter
m
109
6D
155
m
Lower case letter
n
110
6E
156
n
Lower case letter
o
111
6F
157
o
Lower case letter
p
112
70
160
p
Lower case letter
q
113
71
161
q
Lower case letter
r
114
72
162
r
Lower case letter
s
115
73
163
s
Lower case letter
t
116
74
164
t
Lower case letter
u
117
75
165
u
Lower case letter
v
118
76
166
v
Lower case letter
w
119
77
167
w
Lower case letter
x
120
78
170
x
Lower case letter
y
121
79
171
y
Lower case letter
z
122
7A
172
z
Lower case letter
{
123
7B
173
OPENING BRACE
Opening brace
|
124
7C
174
VERTICAL LINE
Vertical line
}
125
7D
175
CLOSING BRACE
Closing brace
~
126
7E
176
TILDE
Tilde
DEL
127
7F
177
DELETE (RUBOUT)
Delete
Table 11.1:
Leuze electronic
TNT 35/7-24V
Appendix
ASCII Table
BCL 40
87
Leuze electronic
Appendix
11.2
Example Bar Code Label Types
11.2.1
Module 0.3
Code type 06: UPC-A
Code type 01: Interleaved 2 of 5
SC 2
Modul 0,3
1122334455
Code type 02: Code 39
Modul 0,3
1
23456 78901 2
Code type 07: EAN 8
135AC
SC 3
Code type 11: Codabar
Modul 0,3
3456 7890
A121314A
Code 128
Modul 0,3
Code type 10: EAN 13 Add-on
SC 0
S
77889
abcde
Code type 08: EAN 128
1 122334 455666
Modul 0,3
leuze
Figure 11.1: Bar code sample labels (module width 0.3)
88
BCL 40
Leuze electronic
Leuze electronic
Appendix
11.2.2 Module 0.5
Code type 06: UPC-A
Code type 01: Interleaved 2 of 5
SC 4
Modul 0,5
6677889900
Code type 02: Code 39
Modul 0,5
0
98765 43219
8
Code type 07: EAN 8
246BD
SC 6
Code type 11: Codabar
Modul 0,5
A151617A
TNT 35/7-24V
9876 5430
Code 128
Modul 0,5
Code type 10: EAN 13 Add-on
SC 2
44332
fghij
Code type 08: EAN 128
Modul 0,5
0 099887 766550
LEUZE
Figure 11.2: Bar code sample labels (module 0.5)
Leuze electronic
BCL 40
89
Leuze electronic
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co.
Postfach 11 11, D-73277 Owen/Teck
Tel. (07021) 5730, Fax (07021) 573199
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.de
Sales and Service
Nortécnica S. R. L.
Tel. Int. + 54 (0) 11/4757-31 29
Fax Int. + 54 (0) 11/4757-10 88
E-mail: [email protected]
AUS + NZ
Balluff-Leuze Pty. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 61 (0) 3/9764 23 66
Fax Int. + 61 (0) 3/9753 32 62
E-mail: [email protected]
B
Leuze electronic nv /sa
Tel. Int. + 32 (0) 2/2531600
Fax Int. + 32 (0) 2/2531536
E-mail: [email protected]
BR
Leuze electronic Ltda.
Tel. Int. + 55 (0) 11/ 4195 -6134
Fax Int. + 55 (0) 11/ 4195 -6177
E-mail: [email protected]
CH
Leuze electronic AG
Tel. Int. + 41 (0) 1/8340204
Fax Int. + 41 (0) 1/8332626
E-mail: [email protected]
CHN
TR Electronic GmbH
Shanghai Rep. Office
Tel. Int. + 86 21/ 58 3148 25
Fax Int. + 86 21/ 58 3148 29
E-mail: [email protected]
CZ
Schmachtl CZ Spol. SR. O.
Tel. Int. + 420 (0) 2/44 00 1500
Fax Int. + 420 (0) 44 9107 00
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.schmachtl.cz
CO
Componentes Electronicas Ltda.
Tel. Int. + 57 (0) 4/3511049
Fax Int. + 57 (0) 4/3511019
E-mail: [email protected]
DK
Desim Elektronik APS
Tel. Int. + 45/ 70 22 00 66
Fax Int. + 45/ 70 22 22 20
E-mail: [email protected]
D
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co.
Geschäftsstelle Dresden
Telefon (0351) 2 841105
Telefax (0351) 2 841103
E-mail: [email protected]
W + M plantechnik
Dipl.-Ing. Wörtler GmbH + Co.
Vertrieb West, Wuppertal
Telefon (0202) 37112-0
Telefax (0202) 318495
E-mail: [email protected]
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co.
Geschäftsstelle Frankfurt
Telefon (06181) 9177-0
Telefax (06181) 917715
E-mail: [email protected]
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co.
Geschäftsstelle Owen/Bad.-Württ.
Telefon (0 70 21) 98 50 -910
Telefax (0 70 21) 98 50 -911
E-mail: [email protected]
Leuze electronic GmbH + Co.
Geschäftsstelle München
Telefon (0 8141) 5350200
Telefax (0 8141) 5350220
E-mail: [email protected]
E
Leuze electronic S.A.
Tel. Int. + 34 93/409 79 00
Fax Int. + 34 93/490 35 15
E-mail: [email protected]
F
Leuze electronic sarl.
Tel. Int. + 33 (0) 1/60051220
Fax Int. + 33 (0) 1/60050365
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze-electronic.fr
FIN
SKS-automaatio Oy
Tel. Int. + 358 (0) 9/85 26 61
Fax Int. + 358 (0) 9/8526820
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.sks.fi
GB
Leuze Mayser electronic Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 44 (0) 1480/408500
Fax Int. + 44 (0) 1480/403808
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuzemayser.co.uk
GR
UTECO A.B.E.E.
Tel. Int. + 30 (0) 1/4 210050
Fax Int. + 30 (0) 1/4 212033
E-mail: [email protected]
RUS + EST + LV + LT
All Impex
Tel. + Fax + 7 095/933 20 97
H
Kvalix Automatika Kft.
Tel. Int. + 36 (0) 1/3990615
Fax Int. + 36 (0) 1/3698488
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.kvalix.hu
HK
Sensortech Company
Tel. Int. + 852/26 51 01 88
Fax Int. + 852/26 51 03 88
E-mail: [email protected]
I
IVO Leuze Vogtle Malanca s.r.l.
Tel. Int. + 39 02/26110643
Fax Int. + 39 02/26110640
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.ivoleuze.com
PL
Balluff Sp. z. o. o.
Tel. Int. + 48 (0) 22/651 96 79
Fax Int. + 48 (0) 22/842 97 28
E-mail: [email protected]
RCH
Imp. Tec. Vignola S.A.I.C.
Tel. Int. + 56 (0) 32/256521
Fax Int. + 56 (0) 32/258571
E-mail: [email protected]
ROC
IL
Galoz electronics Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 972 (0) 3/9023456
Fax Int. + 972 (0) 3/9021990
IND
Global Tech Corp.
Tel. Int. + 91 (0) 20 /447 00 85
Fax Int. + 91 (0) 20 /4 47 00 86
E-mail: [email protected]
J
SSR Engineering Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 81 (0) 45 / 730-55 80
Fax Int. + 81 (0) 45 / 730-55 87
E-mail: [email protected]
KOR
Leuze electronic Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 82 (0) 31/3828228
Fax Int. + 82 (0) 31/3828522
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.co.kr
MAL
Ingermark (M) SDN.BHD
Tel. Int. + 60 (0) 3/60 34 27 88
Fax Int. + 60 (0) 3/60342188
E-mail: [email protected]
MEX
Leuze Lumiflex México, S.A. de C.V.
Tel. Int. + 52 (0) 8/3524060
Fax Int. + 52 (0) 8 / 3 52 40 34
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.de
N
Elteco A/S
Tel. Int. + 47 (0) 35 /573800
Fax Int. + 47 (0) 35/573849
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.elteco.no
NL
Leuze electronic B.V.
Tel. Int. + 31 (0) 418 /653544
Fax Int. + 31 (0) 418/653808
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze.nl
P
LA2P, Lda.
Tel. Int. + 351 (0) 21/4447070
Fax Int. + 351 (0) 21/4447075
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.la2p.pt
Great Cofue Technology Co., Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 886 (0) 2/29 83 80 77
Fax Int. + 886 (0) 2/29 85 33 73
E-mail: [email protected]
RSA
Countapulse Controls (PTY.) Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 27 (0) 11/6157556-8
Fax Int. + 27 (0) 11/6157513
S
Leuze electronic AB
Tel. + 46 (0) 8/731 51 90
Fax + 46 (0) 8/731 51 05
E-mail: [email protected]
SGP +
RI
+
RP
Balluff Asia Pte Ltd
Tel. Int. + 65/252 43 84
Fax Int. + 65/252 90 60
E-mail: [email protected]m.sg
SK
Schmachtl SK s.r.o.
Tel. Int. + 421 (0) 7/ 54 77 74 84
Fax Int. + 421 (0) 7/ 54 77 74 91
E-mail: [email protected]
SLO
Tipteh d.o.o.
Tel. Int. + 386 (0) 1/ 2005150
Fax Int. + 386 (0) 1/ 2005151
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.tipteh.si
TH
Industrial Electrical Co. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 66 (0) 2/6 42- 67 00
Fax Int. + 66 (0) 2/6 42-42 49
TR
MEGA Teknik elek. San. ve Tic. Ltd.
Tel. Int. + 90 (0) 212/3200411
Fax Int. + 90 (0) 212/3200416
E-mail: [email protected]
USA + CDN
Leuze Lumiflex Inc.
Tel. Int. + 1 (0) 973/ 5860100
Fax Int. + 1 (0) 973/ 586 1590
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.leuze-lumiflex.com
Part. No. 500 27 316
ARG
Lindner electronic GmbH
Vertrieb Nord, Hannover
Telefon (0511) 96 60 57 -0
Telefax (0511) 96 60 57 -57
E-mail: [email protected]
GB 079/03 – 04/02
A
Ing. Franz Schmachtl KG
Tel. Int. + 43 (0) 732/7646-0
Fax Int. + 43 (0) 732/785036
E-mail: [email protected]
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